National Accreditation

ACEJMC + CEPR

The School of Mass Communication is proud to announce that The Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications voted 28 to 0 to make Loyola the 2nd Jesuit institution to hold ACEJMC accreditation. Loyola is now the first Jesuit institution to hold both ACEJMC accreditation and the Certification in Education for Public Relations. Loyola New Orleans is also the first school in the state of Louisiana to have both ACEJMC accreditation and Certification in Education for Public Relations.

The Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications, or ACEJMC, is the agency responsible for the evaluation of professional journalism and mass communications programs in colleges and universities. The Public Relations Society of America conducts a similar review for the Certification in Education for Public Relations.

ACEJMC and CEPR require the university to provide an extensive self-study report based on the standards set by the organizations. They then send representatives from both organizations to evaluate compliance on all standards.  Provided below is the ACEJMC Self-Study Report.

 

Below is the school's self-study.

Part I — General Information

Part II — Supplementary Information

Standard 1 — Mission, Governance and Administration

Standard 2 — Curriculum and Instruction

Standard 3 — Diversity and Inclusiveness

Standard 4 — Full-Time and Part-Time Faculty

Standard 5 — Scholarship: Research, Creative and Professional Activity 

Standard 6 — Student Services

Standard 7 — Research, Facilities and Equipment

Standard 8 — Professional and Public Service

Standard 9 — Assessment of Learning Outcomes

 

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